A Jewish-focused, Dutch Empire and Suriname timeline, with a 17th century divergence, written by PrinceofApathy. In gradual development since July 2020. You can read it here.
(Not to be confused with the similar-sounding title of Thande's Look to the West.)
The 17th century. With the help of the Dutch Empire, a Portuguese-Dutch Jewish community establishes a sizable colony in OTL Suriname, founded primarily by the Sephardic Jews of Portugal and their relatives in the Netherlands.
Prelude: "Who Shall Ascend into the Mountain of the Lord"
Chapter 1: "1664-1672/5424-5432: Next Year in Freedom"
Chapter 2: "Pesah-15 April 1674/ 4 Nissan 5434"
Chapter 3: "August 1677/ Elul 5437:"
Chapter 4: "August 1687/ Elul 5447: 'It is a good land that the LORD our God is giving us.'"
Chapter 5: "September 1700/ Elul 5460: He has besieged me and surrounded me with bitterness and hardship."
Chapter 6: "Lamentations 10 August, 1759/Av 17, 5519"
Chapter 7: "He has trained my hands for war: 1759/5519-1762/5522"
Chapter 8: "Blessings and Peace: 1762/5522"
Interlude: "A Brief Guide to the Cuisine and Foodways of Machseh: 2021"
Chapter 9: "Then was our mouth filled with laughter, and our tongue with singing"
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